SOME BASIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CONCEPT “JUSTICE”
Keywords:concept, unit, consciousness, linguistic expression, cultural specifics, implementations, justice, abstractness, mental framework, phenomenon, loyalty, democracy, social justice, communicate.
Concept is a mental representation or an abstract idea that we use to understand and organize the world around us. It is a general notion that summarizes and simplifies complex information or experiences, making it easier to communicate and process. For example, the concept of “love” is an abstract idea that represents a range of emotions and behaviors that people experience in their relationships with others. Similarly, the concept of “justice” represents a set of principles and standards that guide our sense of fairness and equality.
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